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i have never beaver trapped and thinking about trying it out this winter. i have a couple small creeks that have small dams and some fresh cuttings. the creeks are approx 10' wide and average 2-3 ft. deep. body grippers over 7" have to be completely submerged. so i guess i'm looking for some tips to get me started in the correct direction. anything will help a good read videos ect.ect. even relies with some experiences thanks hope i can get some good information...
 

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Chub,my bread and butter set,is the castor mound using a 330.I have some pics on here of the set---the photos are of half submerged 330s.I have used this set,at all times of the year and everywhere from half submerged to totally submerged---this set just flat out works.
330s are the way to go,I have talked to kids on the phone,and had them catching beaver the next time they set traps.
Are you going to the NTA convention? I will be doing a beaver trapping demo there,as well as several other state conventions.
We will get you all primed and ready to go on beavers,as questions arise--ask.
Tom
 
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